Oct 11, 2012 11:00pm EDT
and domestic from libya to taxes coming up, talking about fact and fiction in tonight's debate. first to gary noneberg with some of the key moments in the matchup. >> it was scheduled for nine segments bouncing back and forth between foreign and domestic economy and covered a lot of ground on the budget, economy, taxes. neither ground break new ground. both men were well prepared, and in impressive control of a wide range of facts. neithemade the kind of mistake that would convince an audience he can not do the job. >> we welcome vice president joe biden and congressman paul ryan. >> [ applause ]. >> reporter: it started with foreign policy, the libya attack. >> it took the president two weeks to acknowledge this was a terrorist attack. >> we will find and bring to justice the men who dithis, and secondly we will get to the bottom of it, and wherever the facts lead us, wherever they lead us, we will make clear to the american public. >> reporter: some news here, blaming the against community for the confusion. >> why were people talking about protests when people in the conflict first saw a
Oct 6, 2012 11:00pm EDT
be allowed in state tuition rates if parents paid taxes and they attended local public schools. opponents say other taxpayers should not be made to foot the bill for people not here legally. andrea mccarren was at today's rally. >> i love this country. when i say home, i mean here. >> i do consider myself an american. >> up, up with education, down, down with deportation. >> they are among the so- called dreamers. students whose parents brought them into this country illegally. >> my mom even says that you are more american than spanish anymore. you still get confused in spanish words. i'm like yeah, i know. >> a cancer survivor who says his surgery at johns hopkins saved his life. rickie wants to share his gratitude. >> i have to give back to society. i think the way i want to do it is becoming a doctor and save lives, just as my life was saved once. >> opponents of the dream act call it a bad investment for maryland taxpayers. brad of help save maryland calls it criminal. and says it would cost taxpayers $44,000 per student. >> it's part of life. not everybody is going to like you.